Floodwater Flows in Southern California Streets

The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a flood warning saying there may be “flooding caused by excessive rainfall” in parts of Southern California, on Monday, August 1.

The NWS said there was a thunderstorm “producing heavy rainfall” of 0.5 to 0.7 inches (1.27-1.78 centimeters) an hour.

Twitter user @JaketheHunk posted a video on Monday showing floodwater flowing in the streets of Big Bear, California, and said, “There’s a lot more than that!” Credit: @JaketheHunk via Storyful

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